Instead of Fabreeze

Take any liquid fabric softener and add about 1 cup to a 33 0z bottle of water. This works wonders on clothing, furniture, car, rugs, sheets, at a fraction of the price.

By Tracy Lynch

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By Bunnie (Guest Post)
April 19, 20060 found this helpful

using downey or clothes softner is not good for rugs or furniture... it makes them sticky after a bit and it actually atracts DIRT...


i know... i did this yrs ago then went into carpet and furniture cleaning and boy did i ever learn...

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October 27, 20060 found this helpful

Problem with fabric softener is, you only need the perfume, not the softener and binders. That stuff stays on what you spray, and over time builds up and feels slick/waxy like fabric softener does. The best mix I've ever heard of was, believe it or not, fill an old febreze bottle with 1 capful of fabic softener, 60% water and 40% cheap vodka. It has no odor, and helps it evaporate faster. Vodka is known to kill odors. try it!

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